Check out Mini-Mediagazer for simple mobiles or Mediagazer Mobile for modern smartphones.
8:10 PM ET, November 24, 2010

Mediagazer

 Top News: 
Joshua Benton / Nieman Journalism Lab:
A/B testing for headlines: Now available for WordPress  —  Audience data is the new currency in journalism.  I don't just mean the traditional Costco buy-in-bulk kind — “our readers are 52 percent male, 46 percent over $75,000 household income, 14 percent under age 35,” and so on.
Discussion: NetNewsCheck Latest
Rend Smith / Washington City Paper:
What's Tweeting Courtland Milloy?  —  The Washington Post columnist tweaks D.C.'s newcomers as “myopic little twits,” but is he the crotchety grandpa the city needs?  —  FULL ARTICLE  —  With slicked back hair and a dapper sport coat, Courtland Milloy could be confused for a preacher.
Discussion: Romenesko
Jason Boog / mediabistro.com:
HarperCollins Resolves Lawsuit with Gawker  —  In a statement, HarperCollins revealed they have resolved their lawsuit against Gawker over a post containing photographed excerpts from Sarah Palin's memoir, America by Heart: Reflections on Family, Faith, and Flag.
New York Post:
AM New York exec Spears arrested for assault  —  Tweet  —  A top publishing executive at AM New York, part of the Cablevision-owned Newsday Media Group, was arrested at the freebie newspaper's Manhattan offices on Thursday for a domestic violence assault and attempted strangulation of his girlfriend.
Discussion: Yahoo! News, Gothamist and Gawker
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Twitter: “No Plans For A Twitter News Network”, But It's Still An Interesting Idea  —  Earlier today, Reuters ran a short interview with Twitter co-founder Biz Stone in which he talked about the possibility of tweets being used to create a “Twitter News Service”.
Anthony Ha / VentureBeat:
Why check in to TV shows?  Miso's new answer: For the deals  —  Whenever I talk about apps that allow users to share what they're watching with friends by “checking in” to a TV show, the first question anyone asks me is, 'Why the heck would I want to do that?
Discussion: The Next Web
Wall Street Journal:
Shunned Profiling Technology on the Verge of Comeback  —  One of the most potentially intrusive technologies for profiling and targeting Internet users with ads is on the verge of a comeback, two years after an outcry by privacy advocates in the U.S. and Britain appeared to kill it.
Robert Andrews / paidContent:
Bad Robot?  Android Is Limiting Publishers' Payment Prospects  —  Publishers are increasingly confident about the prospects for tablet editions in the post-print area.  But, when it comes to actually monetising the opportunity, Android's limitations mean iTunes Store remains the only real game in town for the forseeable future.
Cecilia Kang / Post Tech:
Comcast, NBC argue against sharing with Internet TV  —  Comcast and NBC Universal executives met with senior officials at the Federal Communications Commission this week, urging the agency against conditions to their proposed merger that would require the new company to provide shows and movies to Internet video distributors.
Rob O'Regan / eMedia Vitals:
How are publishers budgeting for mobile?  —  Mobile publishing is getting plenty of attention, but is the money following?  Much like the transition to web publishing, media companies must answer one big question as they forge ahead into the mobile space: How do we pay for it?
Discussion: Bloomberg
@loisbeckett > 140:
Wish fulfillment: How would you reinvent a weekly magazine?  —  Imagine you just became the the editor of a weekly magazine.  You produce a 16ish-page tab once a week, plus whatever you want on the web.  You have no advertisers, no responsibility to earn money, and a bunch of smart …
David Higgerson:
“Actionable news”: A dull phrase, but one which should shape what we do  —  If you were presented with the following three news stories: The promotion of Newcastle United to the Premier League, the death of Raoul Moat after a week on the run, or a story which revealed which restaurants …
Phil Villarreal / The Consumerist:
Why Amazon Studios Is Bad For Wannabe Screenwriters  —  Entering the production side of the movie industry, Amazon launched Amazon Studios, which offers writers and filmmakers a potential way to break into the industry by offering up their work to Amazon for exclusive, 18-month contracts.
Thanks:rawmeet
 
 Archived Page Info: 
This is a snapshot of Mediagazer at 8:10 PM ET, November 24, 2010.

View the current page or another snapshot:


 
 See Also: 
Mediagazer: site main
Mediagazer River: reverse chronological Mediagazer
Mediagazer Mobile: for phones
Mediagazer Leaderboard: Mediagazer's top sources
 
 Subscribe: 
Mediagazer RSS feed
Mediagazer on Twitter
 
 
 More News: 
Claire Atkinson / New York Post:
Delays dog Google's digital music service
Discussion: Adrants and 10connects.com …
Press Gazette:
OK! magazine launches as a paid-for iPad app
Discussion: Media Week
Joe Pompeo / Yahoo! News:
CNN staffing up ‘Piers Morgan Tonight’
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Hollywood's Big Hope: Google Shows Up With Suitcase Full of Money.
Discussion: Fortune, GigaOM and The Wrap
Mike Henry / AdAge:
Why MTV Must Acquire Vevo Before It's Too Late
 Earlier Picks: 
The Independent:
Embedded journalism: A distorted view of war
Discussion: Guardian
Sree Sreenivasan / DNAINFO.com:
Six Ways Journalists Can Use Twitter Better
Nic Newman / paidContent:
How News Corp.'s Daily Can Succeed Without Paper
Discussion: mediabistro.com
Brian Steinberg / AdAge:
Fox to Use Hulu Inventory for Advertiser ‘Make-Goods’
Discussion: GigaOM